The first four fights on the main card are in the books, and only one got finish. In the third round. In other words, things dragged a bit over the first two hours on FS1. Here's how it went down.
Thales Leites defeated Chris Camozzi by submission, 2:58 of round three
This one was all Leites. Camozzi couldn't keep Leites off of him for more than a few seconds at a time. Leites rode his back for a large portion of the first, controlled him on the ground on the second, and did the same in the third. The body triangle was Leites' best friend. Finally in the third, the Brazilian was able to to secure a choke and get the finish.
Santiago Ponzinibbio defeated Zak Cummings by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
Ponzinibbio's pressure game was on point all night. Cummings' chin was what really kept him in the fight, because Ponzi's straight right found his chin with regularity. Cummings had a good second round, but definitely lost the first and third. Ponzinibbio picked up his third win in a row and has won five of his last six overall.
Trevor Smith defeated Joe Gigliotti by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26)
Gigliotti didn't have much for Hot Sauce here. Smith was stifling on the ground and won the standup battle over all three rounds quite handily - to the point that Gigliotti got in almost no offense in the second and third rounds. Good win for Smith, who was out injured for a year.
Maryna Moroz defeated Danielle Taylor by split decision (28-29, 29-28, 30-27)
You didn't miss much in this one. Taylor tried hard, but she was giving up so much reach that she had to play the outside game. Moroz was swinging at air for most of the fight - I'd be shocked if she connected with five percent of her strikes overall. Taylor cracked her hard in the second, and got a late takedown in the third, but the volume (even if it didn't connect) was enough to get Moroz two scorecards.